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President's Corner - August 2016 

Earlier this month, UFVA had its 70th annual conference at Green Valley Ranch in Henderson, Nevada. I would like to thank the presenters, keynote speakers, board members, co-chairs, vendors, sponsors, volunteers, and attendees who came together to make this year's conference one of our most successful ever. The UNLV Department of Film co-hosted; without the dedication of our faculty and staff, and the support of the UNLV College of Fine Arts, the conference could not have happened. Thank you all! 

This year's conference theme was CONTENT CREATION IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY, with a pre-conference DIGITAL INNOVATION DAY sponsored by CILECT North America. From July 31 through August 4, we celebrated over a century of cinema while looking into the future of moving image production, exhibition, and teaching. 

 

Please click here to go to the conference page, where you can get all the details about this year's event, including a final program and awards list.

For questions or concerns about the conference, contact the Conference VP, Brigid Maheror the Co-Conference VP, Heather Addison.

It was a pleasure to host four hundred of you in Henderson and to serve as your president. I look forward to seeing you at conferences in 2017, 2018 and beyond. 

Sincerely,

Francisco Menendez

UFVA President, 2014-2016






The Road Led Here from UFVA member Jennifer Hardacker.


Queens Dream from UFVA member Mark Freeman.


These Amazing Shadows from UFVA member Betsy McLane. 


tatanka from UFVA member Jacob Bricca.

 

 


The University Film and Video Association (UFVA) is an organization of professors, scholars, and film and video makers.The organization is based in the U.S.; it has members throughout the world. The UFVA is an international organization where media production and writing meet history, theory and criticism. The UFVA members are image-makers and artists, teachers and students, archivists and distributors, college departments, libraries, and manufacturers. UFVA holds an annual conference and publishes the Journal of Film and Video, a periodical featuring articles on film and video production, history, theory, criticism, and aesthetics. The UFVA is one of the principal U.S. academic organizations for studying media.


Photo Credits: Peter Freund

 

Register for the 2014 UFVA Conference in Montana!







2014 UFVA Conference, Aug 6 – 9th, Montana State University

Registration for the 2014 UFVA Conference is now open!

Register at: ufva2014.com

Find the 2014 UFVA Conference DRAFT SCHEDULE here.

 


President's Corner

July 1, 2014

And here we are, about one month away from our conference in Montana. I look forward to seeing many of you there. It promises to be a great meeting.

In the meantime, our annual elections are upon us. This year we have people, both new and old Board members, running for a variety of offices. I like the idea of new blood and the incoming president – Francisco Menendez, from UNLV – will need the same amount of help that I have been getting from the board, perhaps even more because there will be a lot of initiatives that have only begun to get going that will need your help.

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Queens Dream from UFVA member Mark Freeman.

 

These Amazing Shadows from UFVA member Betsy McLane. 

 




 

 


The University Film and Video Association (UFVA) is an organization of professors, scholars, and film and video makers.The organization is based in the U.S.; it has members throughout the world.The UFVA is an international organization where media production and writing meets the history, theory and criticism of the media. The UFVA members are image-makers and artists, teachers and students, archivists and distributors, college departments, libraries, and manufacturers. UFVA holds an annual conference and publishes the Journal of Film and Video, a periodical featuring articles on film and video production, history, theory, criticism, and aesthetics. The UFVA is one of the principal U.S. academic organizations for studying media.